- I don't feel that adding firearm reviews would harm the rest of the site in organic search
- Since they aren't contextually relevant to the site as a whole they probably won't perform particularly well in search, at least initially
- If they are a topic of interest for your audience I don't see a reason not to have them
Is adding the author at the top of the page and having an about us page like this https://www.marineapproved.com/about-us/ not enough?This webpage contains not confirmed information. It is not possible to identify these persons as real ex-marines. Check out what Google says about it in its requirements Expertise, Authoritativeness, Trustworthiness - EAT:
It can be useful here create the opportunity to identify them as authorized experts in the weapons. You can to for each of your authors establish links to his profiles in organizations, associations, societies and the like (for example in the organization of former marines), a links to third-party websites that confirm the competence, authoritativeness and trustworthiness of his as the expert of the weapons.● Who (what individual, company, business, foundation, etc.) is responsible for the website.● Who (what individual, company, business, foundation, etc.) created the content on the page.● The authoritativeness of the creator of the Main Content, the Main Content itself, and the website.● The trustworthiness of the creator of the Main Content, the Main Content itself, and the website.
Probably here you and your authors should clearly understand the fact that this information is confidential and it will be accessible to the entire web.
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